"One Bread, One Cup" embraces two youth programs hosted by Saint
Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology and the community of
Benedictine monks at Saint Meinrad Archabbey.
"One Bread, One Cup" is a five-day liturgical leadership conference for Roman Catholic high school youth groups and youth ministers.
The "One Bread, One Cup" College Internship Program is a six-week summer program for college students.
As part of their program, interns serve as staff during the "One Bread, One Cup" conferences.
Attendees learn to use their God-given talents in liturgical ministry during formation sessions, then take those skills back to their parishes.
Interns also serve as catechists and theological reflection group leaders during "One Bread, One Cup" conferences.
Your financial support gives young Catholics the opportunity to learn more about their faith and their role as liturgical leaders.
What Your Gift Does
Summer Conferences for High School Students
Each summer, Saint Meinrad hosts
several "One Bread, One Cup" gatherings. At these five-day
liturgical leadership conferences, youth and adults discover the
Catholic Church's treasures of Word, Sacrament and Mission and
enjoy opportunities for fellowship and fun (team building, outdoor
recreation, variety show and dance). Participants come to
appreciate the Benedictine balance of prayer, work and
Internships for College Students
The "One Bread, One Cup" Internship
Program is a six-week internship for college-age students. Interns
come from throughout the United States to be formed in Benedictine
spirituality for ministry in the Church and taught by monks and
faculty of Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. They also
serve as staff, catechists and theological reflection group leaders
for the "One Bread, One Cup" summer conferences.